Victor Segalen Association
The “French International School 'Victor Segalen' Association Limited” is a company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital, incorporated in Hong Kong on 20 November 1979.
Anyone holding a debenture, individual or corporate, is de facto a member.
The Association holds one Annual General Meeting and members may be invited to another information meeting during the school year.
It manages the non-educational aspects of FIS in Hong Kong.
As an independent, non-profit school, The French international School (FIS) is managed by a Board comprising 13 volunteer members maximum: 12 parents elected for 3 years and Consulate General of France as well as invited members (representatives from the consulate, FIS and the French Chamber of Commerce). The Board members do not receive any financial compensation from FIS for their involvement.
The elected parents and members of the Board take the success and transparency of their management very seriously. It meets formally six to eight times a year.
All FIS parents can put themselves forward for the Board. The members of the Board are elected during the Annual General Meeting. Parents who would like to join the Board or find out about its workings and the commissions can send an email to email@example.com.
The Board is in charge of defining the school’s strategy and ensuring its financial and legal position as well as defining the lines of management for Human Resources, Development, Marketing and Communications.
The Board accounts for the management and the use of funds to the members of the Association at the Annual General Meeting.
The Board's mission is defined around the following:
- Provide academic excellence
- Offer a well-being environment to our students
- Welcome all children from the French community
- Ensure the FIS financial sustainability
- Bring transparency and stability within the community
Victor Segalen Council
The FIS governance at the operational level is ensured through the Victor Segalen Council.
This Council is chaired by the head of school and includes representatives of parents, students, teachers, and administrative staff.
This body deals with operational matters related to the life of the school, inherent to the LFI as a whole as well as the recommendations made by each Campus Council.